Tag Archives: Grassroots support

NY-23 Unity Rallies in Corning & Olean

Many different, but similar collections of political grassroot groups have been working behind the scenes to energize the voters of the NY23rd. I don’t know, or need to know  the details of how they evolved from being unhappy constituents to … Continue reading

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Robertson’s Funding Report Shows a Grass-Roots Advantage

It doesn’t take long to realize money plays a pivotal part in today’s political campaigns. Federal campaigns are required to report their funding records with the Federal Election Commissions every three months. The last report was due July 15; it recorded the campaign … Continue reading

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What Cantor-Brat tells us about the Reed-Robertson race

The big political campaign news of the week was Eric Cantor’s lost in the Virginia Republican Primary to an unknown college economic professor, David Brat. It is the only time in America’s history that the sitting House Majority Leader lost … Continue reading

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